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that her grandmother and guardian katherine was missing. >> katherine jackson is back home. she said she wasn't kidnapped. >> reporter: a judge later restored katherine pass guardian of michael's children. >> whether it was a pleasure or guilty pleasure, audiences couldn't turn away from "here comes honey boo boo" about a child beauty contestant and her family. rap are psy, after his catchy dance style gangnam style caught the web. it shattered records online becoming the number one watched video on youtube with more than 970 million views. the new found fame wasn't without controversy. remarks he made in 2004 resurfaced online. he apologized saying his feelings were emotionally charged. new sexual misconduct acts. >> elmo puppeteer kevin clash was forced to resign from sesame street after being accused in sexual relationships with mean nurse. his lawyers said the case is without merit but clash opted to leave after 28 years. twilight's stars kristen stewart and robert pattinson had been highly published until it rocked hollywood. >> kristen stewart moved out of the home they shared toge
. katherine... katherine... katherine! katherine! (narrator) in scorsese's costume drama "the age of innocence" the director draws heavily on a tradition he inherited from previous hollywood films. his approach reflects his own identity as a filmmaker. pretty close. i'm an american, i've been brought up on films, i was raised on american films, meaning story and narrative. and in most cases, everything is at the service of the narrative of the story. he walks out here, great. (narrator) each directorial decision on "the age of innocence" is based on how to efficiently and expressively drive the story forward for an audience. if it's no looser than this they can't go ... (playing "strauss waltz") (narrator) how the camera moves, what it sees, the actors' expressions. it is all designed to sweep an audience into the drama. a grand style of storytelling developed from the early days. (martin scorsese) i still watch old films i would love to direct like the old directors did. (waltz music playing) (narrator) in the halcyon of hollywood so many films were produced it lured the finest talent, drawn
, these people love america, they believe in the work-- >> romney couldn't put it in vivid terms. mary katherine, you say. i think you're on target on a bunch of this, and we've reached a turning point of sorts, but that doesn't mean that folks who believe what romney believes or believed in general to the right of center as juan was pointing out, many people still do, that that can't result in electoral victory in the future. you're correct that it takes a special person. it takes a special person in barack obama to bring the left where it is right now and frankly surprised it got here and takes somebody to connect with people who is charismatic and smart and takes to people in a smart way where you are not demonizing anybody that i or bill is doing that in explicit ways, but you have to cross the cultural barriers and reach folks. >> bill: and also talk in a way that challenges them. i mean, look, as you said, most hispanic-americans are catholic, right? they're family oriented, strongly, very, very tradition in the hispanic predicts, family, family, family. and yet, they rejected all of that
right into this. decades after the civil war ended, katherine stone, who we see on the screen, published her memoirs of what she called the gay busy life. that she and her wealthy slave-owning family had led on their 1200-acre plantation in prewar louisiana. the members of her family, she recalled, -- her words -- there was always something going on. formal dining, spend the days, evening parties, riding frolics, fox hunts, and to assist with these and other diversions, katherine added her family had -- again, her words -- quite a corps of servants to keep us well waited on since, naturally, no one expected to wait on himself. katherine stone's younger brothers also -- again her words -- owned a little darky in the quarters who eventually become his body servant. and to generate the wealth that sustained the stone family's life of, again, her words -- luxurious ease, some 150 enslaved human beings toiled in the plantation's cotton and cane field, six days a week, week after week, month after month, year after year. the civil war's outbreak in april of 1861 signaled the beginning of the e
williams defended them while others stood by aghast. mary katherine still looking aghast. i will start with you. looks like juan is almost alone now in the defense of this dopey newspaper. what do you think is going on with williams? >> there's a long answer but we will cut to the chase. these are first semester journalistic efforts. so basic even the new york times has this. this is me agreeing with the new york times. it is different often between things that are public and whether they are news worthy whether you should be pairing those things in the newspaper. these are something journalists tackle all of the time. there are a lot of things that are public. they are probably juicy and fun to read but are you doing a public service by printing them? people on food stamps most people would argue that wouldn't be a good idea to print those with data and addresses and names after then. at least one of these homes have been burglarized that was on the list. i would argue it was not a safe thing to do or best thing to do. didn't serve a news person. >>> what do you think now that your li
in the work-- >> romney couldn't put it in vivid terms. mary katherine, you say. i think you're on target on a bunch of this, and we've reached a turning point of sorts, but that doesn't mean that folks who believe what romney believes or believed in general to the right of center as juan was pointing out, many people still do, that that can't result in electoral victory in the future. you're correct that it takes a special person. it takes a special person in barack obama to bring the left where it is right now and frankly surprised it got here and takes somebody to connect with people who is charismatic and smart and takes to people in a smart way where you are not demonizing anybody that i or bill is doing that in explicit ways, but you have to cross the cultural barriers and reach folks. >> bill: and also talk in a way that challenges them. i mean, look, as you said, most hispanic-americans are catholic, right? they're family oriented, strongly, very, very tradition in the hispanic predicts, family, family, family. and yet, they rejected all of that. they rejected that. >> why do you
report suggests the country's on orthodox measures -- unorthodox measures are working. katherine is from the information network. she is one of the members of the -- office of the report. >> the u.s. policy position had a great deal of frustration on the part of oblivion's throughout the country that all u.s. funding was ties to forced eradication -- on the part of bolivians cure of the country that all u.s. funding was tied to forced eradication. it was seen as something that was a concession. it was a recognition that each family had registered for a small amount to guarantee their subsistence , theircocoa farm -- that cocoa farming is not about being involved in the drug society. >> who spearheaded this? wasn't the farmers themselves to recognize the need for this change? >> this was a long time to dance on the part of the coca growers. it was something that ask for for a long time that only began to take hold and have a real system to its with the inauguration of abel morales in 2006. the government understands the importance of subsistence and the impossibility of substituting all i
poor. >> good morning, ms. peck. >> but as the area gentrified and principal katherine peck was brought in to run st. stephen, it went from nearly closing to thriving. inside, there are enrichment programs galore, like this french class and violin recitals and classes. michael and karen carbone's two children, emily and michael, attend st. stephen school. >> we looked at a lot of schools and this school was right up there with the independent schools, especially in terms of the extras and things that it was offering. >> to attract more affluent parents, katherine peck offered what expensive independent schools offer, only at a much lower price. to do this she started an aggressive campaign to raise money and got the neighborhood involved. >> everything that we've done here has been based on the community and student interest, parent interest, and other stakeholders in the school, whether it be parishioners or donors to the school, and so we've gone out in the last three years and said, "what is it that you believe you would want in a school for your own child, and how can we make that h
with the gun control plan. they are turning out in droves to support gun appreciation day. katherine is in a gun range in virginia and find out what the turn out is like where she is. >>> gun rights group declared today as gun appreciation day to protest the gun a policy. we'll go to katherine who is down in a gun shop and range in virginia. >> it is always a pleasure to be with you. we are in clark brothers gun shop and range and just for setting the scene. we are 90 minutes in washington d.c.. you have weekend own owners who come out here. today, the parking lot is at capacit yethe range over my shoulder. there are tade waits to get on the range. some people want to show they believe in the sanctity of the second amendment and want to send a message to the president obama administration . basic terms for them gun appreciation day is very much appreciated. >> we have so much of the divisiveness from this particular administration. i just think that that is a group of people to try to figure out how can we make and reverse it and turn it around and make it look ugly. but it is i fabu
further ado, let me get right into this. decades after the civil war ended, katherine stone, who do you on the screen, published her memoirs of which he called the easy life that she, her wealthy slave owning family have led under 1200-acre plantation in prewar louisiana. for members of her family, she recalled there was always something going on. dark .. >> the stone family's life of, again her words, luxurious ease, some 150 enslaved human beings toiled in the plantation's cotton and cane fields. six days a week, week after week, month after month, year after year. the civil war's outbreak in april of 1861 signaled the beginning of the end of the stone family's accustomed wealth and comfort. katherine was soon confiding to her diary the fighting between north and south infected slaves with the hope of radical change in their condition. they were, therefore, she said, becoming lazy and disobedient, and they were giving a lot of trouble, her words again, generally. and one evening as katherine and her relatives sat on the veranda of their plantation home, someone whom she described as a
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that the next day which embarrasses her. madison and katherine had a flirtation going on his sister in law is a few years older than him. next day madison feels sorry from saddy he decides he will sew up her sleeve for her. so this happens walking to school. slowly, saddy unbuttoned her dress and let it fall to her feet. she watched her brother sew because his fingers were stiff and cold and would not move he jabbed them again and again and when the blood came he sucked it until it was gone much the stitches were jag ed some tiny dots some long lines. the sleeves tucks too far in so the sleeve cuffed high on her wrist. material bunched at her neck giving it a hump. she had a lopsided look but smiled at her brother. all that morning madison watched his sister where she sat with the younger children her sleeve a bump on her shoulder. he thought how it used to be when they lived in town with their own man. a lot of the time it was madison and saddy alone in the house. mark would get money and their dad would go off on a drunk. mornings then the sun rose behind saddy's highs she would say, mad
the civil war ended, katherine strown, whom you see on the screen, published her memoirs of what she called the busy life that he and her wealthy slave holding family had lead on their 1200 acre plantations prewar louisiana. members of her family, she recalled, these are her words, there was always something going on. formal dining, evening parties, writing air traffic control licks. fox hunts, and to assist with the other diversions, excuse me, katherine added, her family had, again, her words, a core of sir vaunts to keep us well waited on since naturally no one expected to wait on himself. each of katherine's younger brothers, again, her words, owned a little donkey in the corridorred who eventually become his body servant. and the to generate the wealth that sustained the stone family's life, again her words, -- some 150 slave human beings in the plantation cotton and cane fields. six days a week week after week, month after month, year after year. civil war outbreak in april of 1861, signaled the beginning of the end of the stone family's accustomed wealth and comfort. katherine confid
that i have one card. katherine berg. >> thank you. good afternoon, supervisors. my name is katherine berg and i am here from madres to support this resolution, thank you, supervisor mar for putting it forward. the success of anti-domestic workplace policy ss first of all predicated on the demonstrative leadership and this resolution and the actions that it directs is an important first step in establishing that for the city and county of san francisco. so thank you.
. now we're in, right? >> overnight star, katherine webb, the pageant queen, girlfriend of alabama quarterback, a.j. mckaren gets a credential. >> i'm in the media pit. i am being hounded by the media. so it's crazy. >> you are one of us and you are one of them. >> i'm playing both sides here. >> if you had to ask yourself a question, what would it be? >> if i could ask myself a question, i have no idea. try to find myself to get myself off this podium. >> at its core, over these two sessions is the game itself. >> anybody that had a brother close in age gets it, you know, you just grow up fighting for everything. you fight for the extra hot dog. you fight for girls. you fight for everything. >> indeed you do fight, you get one interview and you generally don't get the answer you're looking for. i'll give vern credit, ken and liz, he went after katherine webb and he got her. >> vern working it. >> dennis, we'll talk to you later, thanks. >>> new developments tonight in the decades old search for kevin collins. investigators have zeroed in on a house just a block from wher
and also in to parts of katherine avenue. be aware of that in pasadena. it's a serious fire but the news confirmed they have put it out. we will go up toward the north of lane blockage. the right lane on liberty road off 695 being blocked. and we will go outside and show you some of the cameras and again looks pretty good 695 at old court road things look good and mdot659 out erin inner loops things look good. beautiful sunrise. we will talk more traffic coming up in a little bit. lynn jet says it will be a 20 below zero in the next couple days or it will feel like it. >> reporter: it will be cold because we have the arctic air so enjoy today and the 24 right where we should be for this time year 22 manchester and catonsville coming in at 27 degrees. and now maryland's most powerful radar is dry for the most part around maryland. but we can see snow back off to the north and west and we could get snow showers into the afternoon and evening and a few flurriesch this is the planner as temperatures will be right around 42 degrees but it won't feel that way because we will get breezy. let's
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honor held by katherine rehn -- reynolds feel last time he was here is when he had lunch with the president. >> there are more signs the economy is doing better. the s&p 500 closed today before 1500. that hasn't happened since december of 2007ion started. strong reports from proctor & gamble and others helped it extend the winning ways for the eighth straight session. that is the longest winning streak since 2004. >> when it comes to stocks holding at the closing bell says it all. one company proves plenty of money and movies. there is nearly $60 billion unclaimed in america. some of it can be yours. >> vice president joe baden has kicked off the tour to drum up grass root support for gun control >> vice president joe biden hit the road taking the white house's gun control campaign to the public. his first stop virginia a decidedly pro gun state. >> vice president joe biden is hitting the road with the administration's push for gun control. he stopped today in unfriendlier territory, pro gun virginia. >> we wanted to pick their brain about what is the
. good morning, katherine. what can you tell us about the situation being so bad there? >> good morning. public health officials in the city of boston said they have a flu emergency on their hands. this is the worst flu season they have seen since 2009. it is something they are taking very seriously. they did declare the public health emergency on wednesday. so farther saying here in the city of boston alone there have been 700 confirmed cases of the flu. that is up from 70 confirmed cases of the flu from all of the season. there have been 18 deaths statewide. four among boston seniors. very serious situation indeed. the best thing everybody can do in the state is get a flu vaccine if they have not already. state officials are saying there is plenty of vaccinations available. others taking precautions at mass general hospital. they are actually making changes to their visitation policies especially on the maternity floor. they are cutting down the number of tours. the mbta the public transportation authority in the state is telling their cleaning crews to pay particular attention to any
and security will have to be tight with that. good morning katherine. >> good morning. when asked about the situation in algeria and mollie we were told there was no change to the threat level at home. t this is a national security event. the lead organization for counter-terrorism and investigation is the cia. they were recently given a tour of the ee kret service command center and undisclosed location. this is the main coordination center for real time information today. secretary napolitano told reporters months of planning is involved. >> starting sunday is will contingo continuously from monday to tuesday. it is a national security event protecting an event this large, complex, with this many different venues with this number of people coming requires a lot of coordination. >> the fbi explained they are reviewing r reviewing real time information that is constantly being successed and security adjusted. >> at this time we do not have any credible threats against any of the inaugural event. that is something we will monitor. what we do ask is that the public those who are attending
police arrived, they found 70-year-old katherine houghton in the lobby. she had been stabbed multiple times. at the scene officers arrested another hotel guest, a 37-year-old man charged with second-degree murder. you see him here. detectives do not believe the two knew each other. houghton, who went by the name kitty, had traveled to new hampshire for meetings. she was a trustee at a small private school. >> from her work in the peace corps to our countless hours of volunteer service, she touched many through her words, her actions and her deeds. >> a motive for the crime is not yet known. >>> a frightening start to the day in the east bay after a gunman shot and killed a man at a gas station in front of several people, and then that gunman escaped. shooting unfolded just after 9:00 this morning south of highway 4. at one point, a man claiming to be the victim's father confronted police, demanding information, saying his son was just 20 years old. so far police have not identified the victim. investigators did use surveillance video to track the gunman to a house less than four miles
quarterback a.j. mccarron is enjoying the sights and sounds ahead of the super bowl. katherine webb credits a couple ts with getting at did with inside edition the superbowl. her a gig. brent musberger bergeron, she says, does not need to apologize his comments about her. i checked my twitter and at virginia game they had mine and hisf .ead he was actually there, so he pictures with it. know that he's having fun with it. no hard feelings on my part. katherine webb says your friend helped her to prepare for correspondent by her which questions to and which questions avoid. coming up at 6:00, the mayor of denver finally makes good on his bet with his counterpart in baltimore. could pull off the ray lewis dance? >> what caused buildings to warning?without any we have more on that. >> afghan forces get a strong the top u.s.rom in afghanistan as troops moved closer to . total withdrawal >> turning to the debate over the senaterica, holding acommittee hearing today on gun violence. the witnesses, former astronaut mark kelly. he and his wife, former congresswoman gabrielle for gun, are pushing con
their support for gun ownership. fox's katherine has more on gun enthusists gathering from coast to coast. >> reporter: so we felt like we had to act swift and act strong. >> gun owners making a statement. some supporters of the second amendment lining up in front of their state capitol buildings. >> a gun is nothing more than a tool. >> these events are all part of the gun appreciation day, described by organizers as a grass roots movement. in austin, a push for teachers to be trained in firearms. in madison, the cold not stopping people from protesting. and not infringe on their rights. >> we are getting reports from gun ranges all morning today saying the turnout has been great. >> in the month after the shooting at sandy hook elementary school, taking on a new urgency. reporting record business. >> they are scared to death that he is going to take our guns away from us. >> and gun buyback programs have seen a huge response. >> any gun can be a danger. the more we can collect here and keep the community safe, it will be a success. >> obama administration seeks tougher gun laws,
running around after snowmageddon three years ago. >> our producer katherine said she had to buy an ice scraper because last winter was so mild she didn't have to do any of that. hopefully you didn't have to scrape too much, katrina ridge. >> wait till snowmageddon -- katherine. >> wait till snowmageddon. hopefully it doesn't. knock on wood. >> we'll get milder next week. the next couple storms might be more rainstorms. live look over cold d.c. tonight. this is the coldest night of the bunch so far. there was one night where d.c. dropped to 15 degrees. i think we'll get to 19, but the suburbs are real cold with that snowpack on the ground. we'll jump ahead into the weekend over friday. we talked a lot about friday at the beginning of the newscast. we'll come back to it. saturday may go above freezing, 34 degrees with sunshine. ought to feel nice. sunday 37 degrees. so an even warmer day. we certainly did not get above freezing today, 29 reagan national, dulles 27, bwi thurgood marshall 26. we did get some of the snow off the asphalt, but it's just pretty much evaporated. so i'm not too
from washington, mary katherine ham and juan williams, both fox news analysts. juan, you used to work for "the washington post"? what about that piece, the o'reilly-romney view of the world and sounds like i ran and he's vp on the ticket. >> when they start with the name calling, i've got no use for it, bill. i had to deal with it as a black person on school vouchers, as well as comments about airport. that's not the what i said, that's not what i'm thinking and that's just crazy. and i think that romney and ryan, romney spoke about the president's base as if he was rewarded elements of the base. ryan spoke about an urban population, that's getting closer and it's worrisome, but the real issue i have and the one i want to discuss with you is what you said in the talking points memo because i don't think people necessarily voted in terms of their economic interests. i think there are lots of poor people, i think there are lots of seniors who receive medicare and social security who voted for mitt romney. i think there are lots of people in the suburbs of new york, connecticut and new j
as we mentioned katherine boo behind the beautiful rivers won the national book award for the but the other nominees included anne applebaum iron curtain and robert caro the passage of power, the boy kings of texas and the late anthony should deed, house of stone. bob minzesheimer any comment on those? >> guest: i admired the anthony should deed book. i read it just after he died. anthony shadid was a reporter for "the washington post" and "the new york times" and died of apparently related asthma attack while covering the civil war and syria. his book is a memoir. anthony shadid grew up in oklahoma of all places with within american lebanese family and he ended up fascinated and became a reporter. his life mission was to try to explain this region to america. it's no easy thing to do. and he covered more than his share of wars and in the course of that, his first marriage fell apart because he was always up for overseas covering the war. he ends up lying his families somewhere in lebanon. i forget the name of the village and he takes a year off to restore this house.
of the program today. peter and katherine teedman, who unfortunately is not with us today, co-edited this book. it's a collection of scholarly and journalistic articles about the taliban and it environment in southern afghanistan and western pakistan. and it was born as an attempt at new america by a diverse group of researchers to try to get at some of the diversity of the taliban itself at a time when the united states was really puzzling over its resurgence as a movement, as a political force in afghanistan, as a military challenge, and really a challenge that had been neglected in the years after the 2001 defeat of the islamic emirates of afghanistan in which revived and presented itself as a really grave dilemma to the obama administration as it arrived in 2009. and so our effort was to do what think tanks do which is just to try to provide some ground truth and some complexity and granularity about this phenomenon, recognizing that the sort of clicheed iml imagine of a one-eyed mullah and his band of devoted and intractable fanatics was inadequate and really a falsifying of the problem.
feeling sorry for ben affleck, today i do feel sorry for ben and katherine bigelow who directed "zero dark thirty" and kwinten tarentino, whose pick furs was nominated but he wasn't. >> that is django. >> right. >> katherine and ben affleck for argo, why do you think those didn't get nominated? >> well, i don't really have the answer it that. chairman of sony was quoted in the "los angeles times" today being befuddled. i'm sure she was. it's directors voting for directors. so the one thing you can say, is their peers opted to vote for these specific directors. one of the movies, nominated in both the best foreign language film as well as best picture category, is literally the whole movie takes place in two rooms. they are rewarding the performance. katherine begelow created a movie about the greatest manhunt in history that probably had 50 locations and was a much more complicated move oe to mount. where there is a consensus is "lincol "lincoln." it is the most honored film of the year. >> i saw it last week, david, and i was struck apart from the performance of daniel day lewis, by the b
screamed for help and someone came to her aid. >>> 6th6th6th6th defendant pleaded guilty today. katherine wong was charged with murder, robbery in the death of stephen reid. he and a woman were found tied up last week. the woman was beaten but survived. all six are due in court february 4. >>> judge sentenced a manager today to 12 years in prison for bilking investors out of millions. he was convicted in connection with the scam. he started rich clients and promises them returns of 20- 30%. >>> oracle released an emergency fix for a flaw in its java software that raised a red flag with homeland security. they issued an alert saying it exposes computertuse tacts from -- computers to attacks from hackers. the department of homeland security says there are still flaws. >>> they called the governor's budget's plan imbalanced. >> the administration has had to propose certain things to keep it in balance, build a reserve and fund certain priorities. >> they are projecting a $2 billion short fall. the difference is due tax revenue projections n creased savings and repayments of loans. >>> more a
to allegations of non-willful. >> okay. >> so katherine is right in one aspect that the potential exists and the other part of this there was a concern that if something that staff was not a party of interest, if you will and a referral. so the only time that staff would be a party of interest is if we initiated the complaint and therefore, the executive director wouldn't have a role apart from providing you a legal recommendation on what was presented to him. that shows the intent of this. so that if a referral came alleged a willful violation against an official, staff would through the executive director through staff would present his legal findings, but would not be an arguing party, if you will at the hearing. >> i see. okay. i think i understand. i mean, anything that falls under a1 [#2*-/] would not be a referral by definition. right? okay. my last question had to do with the scheduling of the hearing. and i know we talked a lot about this at the last meeting. having had to work on -- and commissioner studley knows, having to work on the agenda and figure out how to fit things
taking a break from the title game introduced the audience to katherine web b. it got little reaction a creepy and awkward and this from sue carter a journalism professor, it's inappropriate to focus on an individual's looks. it's a major personal violation and it's so retrograde it's embarrassing. s pn apologized says musberger's commentary too far. >> musburger. this is ridiculous and it shows what you is wrong with the journalism schools. she is former beauty queen. get over it! >> ellen, i think is in agreement. >> it is ridiculous. who cares. it was a comment. it's sports, she is a beauty queen, give me a break. >> rush limbaugh there is all kinds of criticism directed at musburger but when cnn had a new year's eve sim ui lighted oral sex incident between cooper and griffin, it didn't get attention. >> that has bone pace on that for years. giayd was over quickly. alabama went to a 28-0
the beautiful women. what a beautiful woman. >> katherine webb, by the way, has gained an amazing 113,000 twitter followers since just last night. she was only in the thousands before that. >>> in hawaii dustin johnson has the lead after they finally got to play two rounds of the tournament of champions in windy and rainy weather, they hope to finish the final round today. >>> in minnesota tv reporter of affiliate kare was doing a live shot on the upcoming vikings game when her cameraman bold her over. >>> in brazil -- right there, a runner there leading in a race was attacked by a man with a history of mental problems. police on motorcycles were able to stop the attack and the kenyan runner went on to win the race. >>> just ahead, ryan lochte dives into react and taylor swift reportedly racks up another ex. why are kim and kanye turning down millions for the first photos of their baby? >>> welcome back to "early today." the umbrella is probably still wet from yesterday. many areas of the northwest and now watching more rain push through. a big slug, too. this will head into areas of
carron's girlfriend, katherine webb. >> and her boyfriend won the game. >> and her boyfriend won the game. he's a national champion. >> how much better does it get than that? >> it doesn't get any better. not with somebody who looks like that. >> probably not. >> it can only go down from here. >> good point. >> that does it for eyewitness news at 10. see you at 11. ,, ,, to give a break cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. whoo! you walk with friends, you meet new friends, and you keep those friendships. it was such a beautiful experience. (jessica lee) ♪ and it's beautiful ♪ undeniable (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history?
-14 alabama her name is katherine webb she was 2011 miss alabama she is also 23 years old mushberger is 73 webb also accumulated 92,000 twitter followers as a result of tonight's broadcast she previously had a few hundred >> that is amazing!. that is the great aaron rogers. this will be his first game in candlestick park. remember, alex smith it's 49ers vs packers the 49ers are an early 3 point favorite against aaron rodgers and the packers saturday at candlestick park the packers adavnced by beating the vikings 24-10 in the wild card round in week one the niners traveled to lambeau field and beat green bay but it seems like ages ago alex smith was the quarterback the kicking game was strong and the team was healthy >> we are there, mentally, physically. jim harbaugh expects a head coach mike shanahan kept griffin in after scoring to early touchdowns the offense ws ineffective and griffin went down again as his knee buckled late in the game and he had to leave for good an mri was inconclusive but shanahan is being questioned for leaving his star in and risking serious injury after a report
and myself and also katherine -- the last thing we want to do is spread ourselves too thin across the ground. medically, if i can do that, that's perfect. i love to do it. >> reporter: charity work that harry will get to do now that he's out of afghanistan, safe and sound. but just like any other member of the serving army, not before he has some r&r and a well-earned beer. >> royal duty calls. >>> next up, what's really in your olive oil, your spices, or juice? the shocking things you should know about what's truly in stuff on your grocery store shelves. it's gonna be 30 minutes. oh, so that means that we won't be stuck up here, for hours, with nothing to do. oh i get it, you wanna pass the time, huh. (holds up phone) fruit ninja!!! emergency roadside assistance. just a click away with the geico mobile app. here at the hutchison household. but one dark stormy evening... she needed a good meal and a good family. so we gave her purina cat chow complete. it's the best because it has something for all of our cats! and after a couple of weeks she was part of the family. we're so lucky that lucy
might pay for him to go. can i come? >> no i got to go first. >> reporter: katherine is a nurse and her boyfriend ray is a nursing student. and both are seriously thinking about going. for two people, that's close to $10,000. you were a student? and you got $10,000 sitting around? >> no, but i love this organization very much. and it's been almost seven years and we're getting close. >> reporter: very close. yeah. >> a big gift. >> reporter: in case you're wondering, $10,000 will buy you hats or 85 kaepernick jerseys but a lot of fans said today the next best thing to spending money on the super bowl? season tickets at the new stadium. kit do. cbs 5. >> $10,000 will be good for an engagement ring too. even if you can't get to the game share your spirit as the super bowl station we're asking for your most fantastic photos. this is one of the favorites already. check her out. 90-year-old rose tailgating at a recent game. her son says she's a 30 year season ticket holder. and how about this one for you? like father, like son. how cute are th
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